The scholarly article and its subsequent podcast both present hard facts regarding climate change and its possible effects. There is a uniform level of clarity regarding the subtopics that they present backed up by objective data such as charts on carbon emissions vis- -vis global warming stats following the same time-span. This presents a clear view of the extent of damage caused by carbon emissions. What is a bit lacking is content on the social relevance of the objective findings, which I dont think I can expect from the material in the first place since delving into such contexts would already have a subjective inkling.
Zarembo, A. (2007). Forecast: an iceless Arctic summer. Los Angeles Times. Mar 16, 2007. pg. A.32
Phoenix, G. & Lee, J. (2004) Predicting impacts of Arctic climate change: Past lessons and future challenges. Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN, UK
Scientific podcast. Retrieved April 28, 2007 from: http://www.exploratorium.edu/poles/climate.php
Popular media podcast. Retrieved April 28, 2007 from: http://a.abcnews.com/podcast/050726blakemore3.mp3